A small vineyard was established in Rancho Santo Domingo, having obtained the plants of one of the oldest and most prestigious wineries in Mexico. Around the year 1895 wine was made to sell it to the workers who were on their way to “El Alamo”, this wine was sent in carts that at the same time carrying food for the workers, this is where the Santo Domingo winemaking tradition began.
Vinification: long malolactic fermentation to highlight the lactic notes.
Vineyard with 18-35 year old vines
Alcohol Grade: 13.9%
Production: 5,800 bottles
Aged 15 months in French Oak Barrel first use
Aging Capacity 7-8 years
Size: 750 ml